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The Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies Announces the 2014 National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar

Author: Margaret Lloyd

2013-2014 Keough National Endowment for the Humanities fellow James “Wes’ Hamrick will present “Revising the Public Sphere in the Four Nations” at 4 pm Friday, April 25th in 424 Flanner Hall.  His presentation marks the culmination of his fellowship year as an NEH scholar within the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies. …

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Fall 2014 Irish Studies Classes

Author: Margaret Lloyd

The Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies announces the Fall 2014 Irish Studies classes. These classes showcase the Institute's interdisciplinary nature, with classes in the Irish Language and Literature, English, History, Film, Television, and Theatre, Anthropology and Classics departments. 

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Alumni Share Sacred Music in Ireland

Author: Gabriela Leskur

The healing power of music, the joyful celebration of faith—Teach Bhríde (the House of Brigid) seeks to enrich these elements of the Notre Dame spirit in a people who helped form this institution’s mission and heart: the Irish themselves. The House of Brigid began in 2009, when recent graduates of Notre Dame, aided by generous donors from the Notre Dame community and the Notre Dame Folk Choir, started a yearlong service program to assist in spiritual ministry and liturgical music in the Catholic Church in Ireland.

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